Using a montage-type technique Sachiyo Nishimura has been able to create complex line structures from such simple objects and spaces that the casual viewer often takes for granted.
Inspired by an early text on Japanese gardening where “creating a garden” is referred to as “setting stones”, Bob Cornelis has mimicked this with a set of geometric objects.
Photographer Yusuke Sakai offers alternate perspectives on human subjects by locating himself in a unique viewpoint and waiting for each figure will harmonise with the surrounding landscape.
Photographer Yoshinori Mizutani has been experimenting with the theme of seasons in his most recent series titled SAKURA, adding motion and layering to nature to create depth and intrigue.
A collection of ten photographic images that show layers of acetate cut into different geometric shapes that have been carefully placed and lit to construct formal arrangements.
A fantastic series by Australian photographer Drew Echberg, he’s produced a selection of semi-abstract landscape photographs that explore a new way of interpreting nature itself.